I'll be totally honest, I didn't know where Sandy Oregon was, so once again time for a little research.
Now, what we really need is a tour guide, so I chose Sandy Oregon real estate professional Valerie Harvey of John L. Scott. For in-depth help I went to Valerie's terrific site Gresham and Sandy Oregon Real Estate the one stop source for the following communities:
Now it's well known that when I stop into a community, I go straight to check out the new home builders, the models, the specs, even the lots and land ... I love new construction. Well our tour guide Valerie has spotlighted Sandy and Gresham area New Construction too.
So, how does one go about choosing a home? I suggested a tour guide. Why? So I can have someone drive me all over town and point things out? No, so that a real estate professsional who really knows Sandy and Gresham homes and communities can GUIDE me to the right home.
Real Estate Professional and "guide"
John L Scott Sandy
17150 University Ave. #200
Sandy, OR 97055
(503) 704-9891 Direct
Call, or email, or jump on Valerie's Active Rain Sandy Oregon Community Blog and check out the terrific real estate services that she can offer.
Why Tourguide? Because I think real estate professionals are the ultimate tour guides, guides to a community, to a lifestyle, to the most important of all decisions we make ... our HOME! Here's how Wikipedia defines a tour guide:
A tour guide at the Centre Block in Canada.
A tour guide is a person who leads groups of people around a town, museum, or other tourist venue. The tour guide provides a commentary on the features and history of the location, the tours can be from as little as 10-15 minutes to extended periods over many days. Considerable importance is placed on the guide's knowledge of local stories, history and culture depending on the location of the tour
A guide who works at a particular location, such as a museum, may be called a docent and may provide entertaining, relevant, organized and themed heritage interpretation. The role consists of leading groups of visitors around cultural, environmentally, or previously arranged attractions in significant places.